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Dill Mill Gayye
GenreMedical drama
Romantic comedy[1][2]
Created byPalki Malhotra
Directed byNissar Parvez, Amit Mallik, Aniruddh Rajderekar, Arshad Khan, Vikram V Labhe and Rahul Agarwal
Starring
  • Sunaina Gulia
Theme music composerRaju Singh
Opening theme'Dill Mill Gayye' by Sonu Nigam and Prajakta Shukre
Country of originIndia
Original language(s)Hindi
No. of seasons2[3]
No. of episodes
  • Season 1: 433 episodes
  • Season 2: 289 episodes
Production
Producer(s)Cinevistaas Limited
Running time25 minutes
Release
Original networkSTAR One
Picture format576i
Original release20 August 2007 –
29 October 2010
Chronology
Preceded bySanjivani : A Medical Boon
Related showsSanjivani (2019 TV series)
External links
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Dill Mill Gayye (transl. Hearts Have Met) is an Indian medical romance drama television series that aired on Star One from 20 August 2007 to 29 October 2010.[4][5] It was a sequel to the Star Plus series Sanjivani - A Medical Boon.[6]

The show focused on a new generation of medical interns with the crux being the love story between Dr. Armaan Malik, portrayed by Karan Singh Grover and Dr. Riddhima Gupta which was originally portrayed by Shilpa Anand who was later replaced by Sukirti Kandpal and then Jennifer Winget.[7]

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Synopsis[edit]

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Dill Mill Gayye follows the lives of surgical interns and resident doctors at Sanjeevani hospital. It deals with the pressures, drama, romance, inter personal relationships and humour in their lives.[8]

Plot[edit]

Season 1 (2007–09)[edit]

Episodes (1-433)

The first season follows the lives of surgical interns and resident doctors of Sanjeevani. At the start of the show the interns are Dr. Anjali Gupta, Dr. Armaan Malik, Dr. Riddhima Gupta, Dr. Atul Joshi, and Dr. Sapna Shah. Dr. Shashank Gupta is head of the hospital, and the father of Anjali and Riddhima.

Initially, Armaan and Riddhima were at loggerheads. Anjali and Armaan becomes good friends and Riddhima, Atul and Sapna becomes good friend. A medical camp is arranged in a village where Armaan and Riddhima comes closer towards each other. Slowly, they become friends. Riddhima comes to know that she is Nurse Padma's daughter and not Dr. Shashank's real daughter. Anjali makes a bet with Armaan that Riddhima will fall for him. Riddhima comes to know about this. She is heartbroken. After few instances, they resolve their differences and Riddhima finally confesses her love to Armaan. They are enjoying their togetherness.

Two new interns enter: Dr Rahul Garewal and Dr Muskaan Chadda. Rahul and Armaan have a tashan between them. Muskaan likes Armaan. Meanwhile, Atul started liking Anjali and Sapna gets married with a patient. Rahul and Muskaan's family wants them to get married but they don't want to. To get away from this situation, Muskaan takes help from Armaan without telling Riddhima about this. This leads to separation between Armaan and Riddhima. Rahul now knows about them.

Nurse Padma and Dr Shashank gets married. Dr Shubhanker likes Dr Keerti. Riddhima and Armaan becomes friends again and eventually they confess again marking their togetherness. On the other side, Muskaan and Rahul develops feelings for each other. Dr Nikita Malhotra joins Sanjeevani. Nikita turns out to be Armaan's and Rahul's college friend. Dr Abhimanyu Modi enters Sanjeevani to save it from financial crisis. He makes some decisions which were not accepted by the interns. They do non-cooperation movement and arrange a special show to collect funding. Dr Abhimanyu develops feelings for Dr Riddhima first. All the friends thinks Armaan and Riddhima to be together. For this reason, they take help of Nikita so they all think Armaan and Nikita have a scene instead of Riddhima. Armaan thinks of impressing Dr Shashank so he disguises himself and changes his looks into a soft, simple person. Riddhima is pissed off because of this. Armaan arranges a special date for her. Unfortunately, police catches them and everyone comes to know about them. No one allows them to meet each other. Armaan takes help from all the friends to persuade Dr Shashank. He started living outside their house in a tent. Media started to publicize this matter. Finally on valentines day “Dr.Love” gets his love and Armaan Riddhima comes together. Their roka is planned.

Armaan's family comes. Billy is very frank which Dr Shashank doesn't like. Billy and Annie were separated and Dr Shashank wants to dig out this matter. Armaan Riddhima started to have differences on this. Dr keerti and Shubhanker gets married. Here comes Bubbly, Sister of Dr Shubhanker who gets very frank with Armaan which is not liked by Riddhima. Due to Dr Abhimanyu and Bubbly, Armaan Riddhima have constant fights. One day, Armaan had an accident and he lost his recent memory including Riddhima. Riddhima is heart broken. Armaan makes fun of her unknowingly that she is her life, Riddhima. Armaan have to re write medical exam. She helps him. Both comes closer. Friends try to tell Armaan how much he loved her. They both are together again. They are about to get engaged. On the day of engagement, a pregnant couple tries to hide in the hospital. Big politicians were involved in the case. Armaan and Riddhima are also stuck in the situation. In the last scene of the first season, Riddhima is shot and she falls over Armaan who hits a glass table. Atul is also shot. Dr Abhimanyu estranged wife Jiah returns.

Season 2 (2009–10)[edit]

Episodes (433-722)

Season 2 starts off with 5 new interns: Dr. Siddhant Modi, Dr. Yuvraj Oberoi, Dr. Naina Mehta, Dr. Tamanna Patil, and Dr. Jitendra Prasad. Dr. Siddhant Modi falls in love with Riddhima and then they eventually shared some romantic moments until the return of Dr. Armaan. Dr. Shilpa falls in love with Dr. Armaan. But decided to sacrifice her love after knowing that Dr. Riddhima is her step sister. Now Riddhima is in dilemma between Armaan and Siddhant. But when she came to know that that Armaan left her because of his disease and that she shouldn't suffer because of him she eventually chooses Armaan and the show ends with Riddhima singing a song for Armaan.

Cast[edit]

Main[edit]

YearRoleActorSeason(s)Description
2007-2010Dr. Armaan MalikKaran Singh Grover1, 2Intern and later senior resident doctor at Sanjeevani, Riddhima's love interest
2007-2008Dr. Riddhima GuptaShilpa Anand1Intern at Sanjeevani, Armaan's love interest and Daughter of Dr. Shashank and Padma Gupta.
2008-2009Dr. Riddhima GuptaSukirti Kandpal1Intern at Sanjeevani and Armaan's Girlfriend.
2009-2010Dr. Riddhima Gupta/ModiJennifer Winget1, 2Senior resident doctor at Sanjeevani and Siddhant's ex-wife.
2009-2010Dr. Siddhant ModiKaran Wahi2Abhimanyu's younger brother. Likes Tamanna. Later, Riddhima's ex-husband
2010Dr. Shilpa MalhotraShilpa Anand2Intern at Sanjeevani, Riddhima's half sister (Kartik's Daughter) and loves Armaan but leaves him for Riddhima.

Recurring[edit]

YearRoleActorSeason(s)Description
2007-2010Dr. Shashank GuptaMohnish Bahl1, 2Head of Sanjeevani hospital. Father of Anjali and Riddhima. Widower of Smriti; later marries Nurse Padma.
2007-2010Dr. Atul JoshiPankit Thakker1, 2Dr Omi's (Sanjeevani Season 1) adoptive son. Eco-friendly and lives with plants. Armaan's best friend and Anjali's love interest.
2007-2010Dr. Anjali GuptaSunaina Gulia1, 2Riddhima's elder sister. Atul's love interest. The character is in Sanjeevani season 2 with different actress.
2007-2010Dr. Kirti Mehra RaiSonia Singh1, 2Sanjeevani's senior resident doctor. Shubhankar's love interest. Shubhankar's wife
2007-2010Dr. Shubhankar RaiAyaz Khan1, 2Sanjeevani's senior resident doctor. Kirti's love interest. Kirti's husband
2007-2009Dr. Rahul GarewalMayank Anand1Friends with Armaan and Muskaan's love interest.
2007-2009Dr Muskaan ChaddaDrashti Dhami1Intern, Rahul's Love interest
2008-2010Dr. Abhimanyu ModiAmit Tandon1, 2Senior doctor in Sanjeevani. Nikita's love interest.
2008-2010Dr. Nikita MalhotraShweta Gulati1, 2Loved Armaan since college days, but falls in love with Abhimanyu in Sanjeevani.
2007-2008Dr. Sapna ShahMuskaan Mihani1Intern in Sanjeevani. Marries a patient Amit.
2009Dr. Tamanna PatilMoulshree Sachdeva2Sidhant's love interest, but gets engaged to Aniket.
2009-2010Dr. Naina MehtaNeha Jhulka2Intern, Yuvraj's love interest.
2009-2010Dr. Yuvraj OberoiSehban Azim2Intern, Naina's love interest.
2009-2010Dr. Jitendra PrasadPrasad Barve2Intern in Sanjeevani.
2009Dr. Jiah ModiPreeti Amin2Abhimanyu's first wife
2010Dr. Suvarna ModiMadhura Naik2Siddhant's and Abhimanyu's sister.
2010Dr. Raj SinghBarun Sobti2
2007-2008Padma Bansal GuptaShilpa Tulaskar1Head nurse in Sanjeevani, Riddhima's real mother and Shashank's 2nd wife.
2009-2010Ekta Sohini1, 2
2007-2009NaniVinita Malik1Smriti's (Shashank's first wife in 'Sanjivani') mom. Riddhima and Anjali's grandmother.
2009Ananya 'Annie' MallikMeher Acharia Dar1Armaan's mom. Balvinder 'Billy' 's wife
2007/2009MinnieSwini Khara1Patient in Sanjeevani. Armaan's 'girl-friend'
2009-2010Jignesh 'Jiggy'Karan Paranjpe2Male Nurse in Sanjeevani.
2009-2010Balvinder 'Billy' MallikAashif Sheikh1Armaan's dad. Ananya 'Annie's husband
2009BubblyRoopal Tyagi1Shubhankar's sister.
2007-2010NanaMahesh Jadhav1, 2Patient who gives valuable life lessons to Riddhima.
2007SumitShakti Arora1Patient in Sanjeevani and loves Riddhima.
2010Patient TamannaJannat Zubair Rahmani2Patient in Sanjeevani.
2008-2009GappuSuhail More1child actor

Guest appearances[edit]

Soundtrack[edit]

  • Dill Mill Gayye- Title Track Sung by Sonu Nigam and Prajakta Shukre
  • Dill Mill Gayye- Sad Track Sung by Sonu Nigam
  • Asmaani Rang Ho (Armaan-Riddhima's Tune) Composed by Pranit (Female version )- Sung by Aishwarya Majumdar
  • Asmaani Rang Ho Composed by Pranit (Male)- Sung by Ali Haider
  • Asmaani Rang Ho Lyrics by Pranit
  • Ishq Leta Hain Kaise Imtehaan (Armaan and Riddhima's tune)
  • Kaisa Hain Yeh Khumar (Armaan-Riddhima's tune)
  • Saajnaa (Armaan-Shilpa's Tune)

Awards[edit]

  • 2008 - Best Promising Star - Karan Singh Grover - Kalakar Awards[9]
  • 2009 - Best Singer - Sonu Nigam - Indian Television Academy Awards[10]
  • 2010 - Best Youth Show -Indian Telly Awards[11]

References[edit]

  1. ^'10 years of Dill Mill Gayye: 5 things that we loved about the show - Television News'. IndiaToday. 18 August 2017. Retrieved 4 January 2019.
  2. ^'Top 5 must watch shows on 'Friendship Day''. The Times Of India. Retrieved 4 January 2019.
  3. ^'Dill Mill Gayye episodes'.
  4. ^'Dill Mill Gayye to go off air'. Times of India. Retrieved 4 June 2018.
  5. ^https://www.filmibeat.com/television/news/2010/dill-mill-gayye-end-happynote-081010.html
  6. ^'Dill Mill Gayye, Miley Jab Hum Tum, Remix: Television shows that defined every 90's kid's teenage years'. Pinkvilla. Retrieved 2 July 2019.
  7. ^'Dill Mill Gayye completes 9 years: Where is the cast now'. Times of India. Retrieved 21 March 2018.
  8. ^'Dil Mil Gaye'. Archived from the original on 20 November 2009.
  9. ^'1ST YEAR – LIONS FILM AWARDS 01/01/1993 AT G. D. BIRLA SABHAGARH'(PDF). Archived from the original(PDF) on 25 April 2012. Retrieved 31 July 2014.
  10. ^'IndianTelevisionAcademy.com'. Retrieved 9 September 2015.
  11. ^'The Tenth Indian Telly Awards'. Telly Award India. Archived from the original on 16 October 2013. Retrieved 13 February 2018.

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